15 Sep 2011
By Kaoru Natori From September 1st through 4th, 42 students and young scientists, mostly from the Tohoku Region hard hit by the March 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake, participated in the...
Type: News Article
15 Sep 2011
Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Marine Biophysics Unit To learn more about this research, go to the link below: http://www.oist.jp/en/press-room/news-articles/151/1064-float-okinawa-...
Type: Video
19 Aug 2011
A paper by Dr. Eric De Schutter, Principal Investigator of the Computational Neuroscience Unit, and his collaborators...
Type: News Article
1 Aug 2011
  (From left) Dr. Mitarai, Dr. Nakamura and Ms. Vincent aboard the Tonan Maru docked at Itoman Port By Kaoru Natori The beauty and scenery of Okinawa’s clear underwater...
Type: News Article
28 Jul 2011
The Developmental Neurobiology Course 2011 brought lecturers and students from around the world to the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology for a two-week intensive introduction to this...
Type: Video
26 Jul 2011
Corals are marine organisms that reproduce by spawning. Tiny pink balls seen in this movie are coral gametes (unfertilized eggs and sperm called bundles) released into the ocean. Around Okinawa area...
Type: Video
24 Jul 2011
Okinawa, Japan, July 25, 2011- A coral genome has been decoded for...
Type: Press release
7 Jul 2011
Dr. Takayuki Yamashita, formerly a group leader in the OIST Cellular and Molecular Synaptic Function Unit led by Dr. Tomoyuki Takahashi, will receive...
Type: News Article
29 Jun 2011
Type: News Article
29 Jun 2011
No matter how quickly the delivery truck driver gets a cake to your doorstep, you can't eat it until someone -- maybe your butler - opens the door, brings it to the kitchen, and opens the box....
Type: Video
8 Jun 2011
These movies show what happens inside fission yeast cells as they divide. Before the cell divides, the chromosomes are duplicated, and then the microtubules -- the green lines in the video - move the...
Type: Video
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